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Dec 07

Dec 07

PlayStation Store: November’s Top Downloads

Skyrim VR tops the PS VR chart, while Call of Duty, Star Wars and Horizon Zero Dawn take the top three PS4 spots.

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What a month! November saw the launch of multiple megatons like Call of Duty: WWII, Star Wars Battlefront II, and Skyrim VR — all three of which performed enormously on the month’s PlayStation Store download charts. Horizon Zero Dawn saw a surge on the PS4 list, surely thanks to the launch of its long-anticipated The Frozen Wilds expansion (which also performed quite admirably).

As always, head over to PlayStation Store to pick up any of these hits you may have missed.

One month left in 2017. Who’s going to close out the year on top?

PS4 Games
1 Call of Duty: WWII
2 Star Wars Battlefront II
3 Horizon Zero Dawn
4 Need for Speed Payback
5 Assassin’s Creed Origins
6 FIFA 18
7 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege
8 Madden NFL 18
9 Grand Theft Auto V
10 NBA 2K18
11 Injustice 2
12 Uncharted The Nathan Drake Collection
13 The Sims 4
14 Overwatch Game of the Year Edition
15 7 Days to Die
16 Rocket League
17 Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
18 Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
19 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
20 Mortal Kombat X
PS3 Games
1 FIFA 18 Legacy Edition
2 Grand Theft Auto V
3 Minecraft: PlayStation 3 Edition
4 Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
5 The Last Of Us
6 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
7 Doom 3 BFG Edition
8 Need for Speed Most Wanted
9 Gran Turismo 6
10 NCAA Football 14
11 Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare
12 Dishonored
13 LittleBigPlanet 3
14 Persona 5
15 Fight Night Champion
16 Borderlands 2
17 NBA 2K18
18 Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL
19 Sonic Adventure
20 Grand Theft Auto IV
PS4 Add-ons
1 Call of Duty: WWII – Season Pass
2 Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds
3 Battlefield 1 Premium Pass
4 Destiny 2 – Expansion Pass
5 Assassin’s Creed Origins Season Pass
6 Dead by Daylight: A Nightmare on Elm Street Chapter
7 Rocket League – Fast & Furious ’99 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
8 Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege – Year 2 Pass
9 Just Cause 3: Air, Land & Sea Expansion Pass
10 Call of Duty Black Ops III: Zombies Chronicles
PS VR Games
1 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR
2 Job Simulator
3 Superhot VR
4 PlayStation VR Worlds
5 NBA 2KVR Experience
6 DreamWorks Voltron VR Chronicles
7 Doom VFR
8 Carnival Games VR
9 Monster of the Deep: Final Fantasy XV
10 Batman: Arkham VR
PS Vita Games
1 God of War: Collection PS Vita
2 VA-11 HALL-A
3 Minecraft: PlayStation Vita Edition
4 Undertale
5 Jak and Daxter Collection
6 Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars
7 Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & The Monster Seal
8 Odin Sphere Leifthrasir
9 XCOM: Enemy Unknown Plus
10 Sid Meier’s Civilization Revolution 2 Plus
PS Classics
1 Bully
2 Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
3 Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy
4 The Warriors
5 Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
6 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
7 The King of Fighters 2000
8 CTR: Crash Team Racing
9 Crash Bandicoot
10 Twisted Metal: Black

Add Your Own

cusman said:

December 7th, 6:15 am

I wonder how Skyrim on PSVR did vs Skyrim on PS4

TRAVISHENDERSON5 said:

December 7th, 7:43 am

Congats to Horizon Zero Dawn for selling amazingly! It shows you we do care for quality exclusive games such has that. I hope it continues to sell all the way into 2018.

Sindred said:

December 7th, 8:47 am

Something to learn from this.

a) folks are starting to see the value in VR (when it is utilized with great content). So please bring us a full Star Wars VR game.

b) Gamers are still interested in strong single player story driven epic games like Horizon. Not everything needs an online component. And certainly not everything needs in game purchases to make the developer money. We will pay for good content even after the game releases.

    FeistFan said:

    December 7th, 12:08 pm

    Unfortunately, there are only two or three single-player games on that PS4 list (Horizon, Uncharted Collection, and…7 Days to Die?). I wish it was more balanced – and maybe that’s because fewer single-player games are being made – but it’s not.

    I’m one of those who doesn’t necessarily relish the multiplayer portion of games, so I dearly hope studios are looking at Horizon Zero Dawn and deciding to make more compelling games like it. I worry that they see on that list Call of Duty, Battlefront, and even Need for Speed and may decide they need an online component to drive sales.

    Then again, maybe all the blowback against Battlefront will wake them up, and they’ll realize that treating their customers like walking wallets may not be the best long-term strategy.

    whereymyconary said:

    December 7th, 2:08 pm

    Horizon is a hard game to judge on the same scale as a publish that only makes profits from unit/Doc sales, since Sony prefers their games to sell well of course, but its more important that the game that sells systems not individual units. Publishes that depend on individual units to see profitability are going to be looking at bethesda and Ubisoft to see if single player is viable. And sadly the failed mass effect will reflect upon this issue greater than horizons success.

    infamousgodV2_0 said:

    December 7th, 2:19 pm

    You forgot
    C.) As much as people whine and complain about them people love Lootboxs/MTs laced games. 1.) Call Of Duty WWII 2.) Starwars Battlefront 2, 4.) Need For Speed Payback.

steeler192 said:

December 7th, 9:27 am

Very glad to see VA-11 HALL-A in the Vita top 3. Fantastic game by venezuelan developers Sukeban with memorable music by GAROAD. Congratuations!

whereymyconary said:

December 7th, 2:08 pm

Doom vr? It came out on December 1st.

    SonicPrinny42 said:

    December 7th, 4:42 pm

    Didn’t Doom VFR (& Skyrim VR) have a pre-order option for a good while before release? That may factor in.

    May also be possible that the official month doesn’t “end” until 3AM on the US east coast (or 2AM, 1AM, depending upon time-zone), and the game was available for d/l’ing @12AM in each time-zone.
    Not sure, since I think the only time I ever pre-ordered & d/l’ed something right after being made available was Gravity Rush 2, last year. That was after I got back from work @2-3AM (EST).

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